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Gold amulet in shape of vulture from tomb of Tutankhamun

Gold amulet in shape of vulture from tomb of Tutankhamun

Amulet in the shape of the vulture. As this figure is very frequent it seems to appear as a symbol of the Upper egyptian goddess Nekhbet so maybe she is represented here but the vulture was also sacred to the mother goddess Mut and it might be she who is depicted. | Located in: Egyptian Museum, Cairo.
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July 16, 2007
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